Unlock growth in yourself and others.
Growth comes when you are clear on your strengths, and what is holding you back.
Giving feedback is one of the most important things we can do for others. Receiving feedback is invaluable at any stage of our careers.
Done well, it can transform a relationship, team or business.
Yet we often shy away from feedback. It can feel personal, subjective, and we worry it could be taken the wrong way.
This session will help you feel confident and equipped to lean into feedback.
This session could change how you approach feedback forever.
… anyone at any level who wants to learn or feel more equipped, whether you are a seasoned business leader or at the start of your career… in a small team or large organisation.
This is the second in a series of four Future Me Sessions. Combined they will give you a set of tools to use your strengths to feel more confident, have more impact, build better relationships and create more inspiring ways of working together.
Each session takes the latest thinking from inspiring sources and practical experience, and packages it up for you in simple frameworks and actionable steps to get you started.
Click here for more information about the other sessions.
Places are £30+VAT per session (BCI members), £45+VAT non-members
“Katie has a real skill for helping you find the gems that will enable your growth. She is empathetic and honest, gently challenging your preconceptions to help you see yourself in a fresh light – leaving you not only clearer about what and why, but with realistic and tangible steps towards how.” ~ Kate Lenton, Taxi Studio
Katie Scotland is a leadership and career coach.
Katie has studied and practiced coaching and leadership development over the last 7 years, working with individuals from early career to C-Suite, from small business to large organisations (for the likes of OVO Energy, Iris Worldwide, Taxi Studio and Loom Digital).
Katie focuses on turning inspiration into action, helping people and businesses reimagine their futures and creating practical plans to get there.
Bristol Creative Industries is the membership network that supports the region's creative sector to learn, grow and connect, driven by the common belief that we can achieve more collectively than alone.
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